Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Research - Preparations, Progress, and Predictions

Speaker: Eric Stahlberg, Chair: Phil Bourne

Agenda: Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Research - Preparations, Progress, and Predictions

Speaker: Eric Stahlberg, Ph.D. Director, Biomedical Informatics and Data Science, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (FNLCR)

Chair: Professor Philip Bourne,  Stephenson Chair of Data Science and Director of the School of Data Science and Professor, University of Virginia

Open Health Systems Colloquium is a collaboration between the Open Health Systems Laboratory (OHSL) and the India International Centre (IIC), seeking to bring together thought leaders to present and discuss issues of life sciences in an effort to provoke innovative and holistic thinking that could lead to a paradigm shift. The aim is also to open these discussions into the public domain such that the latest developments in biomedical sciences are accessible to those interested and to spark debate and deliberation across disciplines.

he application of artificial intelligence for the betterment of Cancer Research is booming with each passing day. With new technological advancements in algorithms and improvements in hardware, machine learning, and artificial intelligence it is possible to analyze an enormous amount of data to help accelerate extensive research in the field of cancer treatment. 

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